Sunday Serial: 46 Lessons in 4 Blog Posts
What’s a quality blog without bestowing some lessons about life and the pursuit of happiness on you? Exactly. So here are four blog posts with a total of 46 lessons and things to enrich your life.
Day 200: 5 Lessons from the part-time writer by Harmony Hasbrook on 100 Days or More
Read this because: You love writing and think that it wouldn’t be too bad to do on a daily basis. Except that passion always changes another shade when it goes from the “passion” bucket into “work,” unless you make a conscious effort to make sure that it never loses its appeal.
How to Live Vicariously through Yourself by Steve Kamb on Nerd Fitness
Read this because: Someone that you used to know did some amazing, ballsy thing that you never expected them to or went somewhere awesome and it completely changed their life for the better. And every time you think about what they did you think, “I wish I could do that!”
I really like Steve’s approach to live vicariously through yourself as a way to stop wishing that you could do something and start doing it. Going to try this one out myself.
25 Years of Havoc Making and 25 Revelations or Things I Wish I Did Differently – A Quarter Life Crisis in Review by Alexandar Heyne on Milk the Pigeon
Read this because: Everyone is or has been in that weird 20-something phase of trying to figure out what the heck we’re doing on Earth and how we’re going to make the most of our lives. One of my favorite bloggers, Alexander, just turned 25 and has shared a list of 25-things he wished he knew before this birthday. Unfortunately you can’t help not knowing what you don’t know, but according to this list, he’s got big plans for how he’s going to use this knowledge now, and you can too.
15 More Things You Should Do Before You Turn 30 by Ryan O’Connell on Thought Catalog
Read this because: You’ve just turned 25 and there’s a whole lot more mischief you can create before you turn 30.
What did you read this week?
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